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Levidian to deploy innovative technology to produce clean hydrogen in the UAE

A new £700m ($855m) UK clean-tech export deal has been unveiled today (May 16) with Levidian Nanosystems partnering with Zero Carbon Ventures to deploy 500+ LOOP systems to the UAE and produce clean hydrogen.

The LOOP50 device utilises waste gas to reduce carbon emissions and also can be used to support the creation of clean hydrogen.

The partnership will also deploy the first Levidian LOOP10 system at a site in Abu Dhabi owned by IDC.

The deployed LOOP systems will together form a critical supply chain network producing high-quality graphene and hydrogen for distribution in the UAE.

John Hartley, CEO of Levidian Nanosystems, said, “It is very exciting to see our first LOOP device deployed in the UAE. LOOP is at its most powerful when decarbonising waste gas to generate hydrogen and graphene.

“Methane is the most potent greenhouse gas and Levidian’s mission is to turn this gas into a powerful tool for decarbonisation. We look forward to seeing Zero Carbon’s network of LOOPs growing over the coming years.”

Martin Reynolds, CEO of Zero Carbon Ventures, said, “Zero Carbon Ventures’ mission is to scour the globe to find world-class carbon reducing innovations that can make a hugely positive impact in the Middle East.

“There’s no doubt that Levidian’s game-changing LOOP devices will do just that, producing both green hydrogen and high-quality graphene, right here in the UAE. Both products in turn will have a positive impact on many industrial processes. We can’t wait to get started.”

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